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install

 
Copy files and set attributes. Copy files (often executable) to a system location like /usr/local/bin, give them the appropriate permissions/ownership. More information: https://www.gnu.org/software/coreutils/install.
 
  • Copy files to the destination:
     
    install {{path/to/source_file1 path/to/source_file2 ...}} {{path/to/destination}}
     
  • Copy files to the destination, setting their ownership:
     
    install --owner {{user}} {{path/to/source_file1 path/to/source_file2 ...}} {{path/to/destination}}
     
  • Copy files to the destination, setting their group ownership:
     
    install --group {{user}} {{path/to/source_file1 path/to/source_file2 ...}} {{path/to/destination}}
     
  • Copy files to the destination, setting their mode:
     
    install --mode {{+x}} {{path/to/source_file1 path/to/source_file2 ...}} {{path/to/destination}}
     
  • Copy files and apply access/modification times of source to the destination:
     
    install --preserve-timestamps {{path/to/source_file1 path/to/source_file2 ...}} {{path/to/destination}}
     
  • Copy files and create the directories at the destination if they don't exist:
     
    install -D {{path/to/source_file1 path/to/source_file2 ...}} {{path/to/destination}}

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